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Fri Jun 27 23:05:12 UTC 2003
Hooray! That's it. I simply missed that second meaning! I'm very
On Thu, 26 Jun 2003, Dmitri Semenov wrote:
> >>I've got the expression "vidhu-jala-budbuda" in a
> ??dvandva compound which is a list of things which are
> >>meant to happen for no reason, all by themselves
> >>(akasmaad bhavanti).
> >>"The bubbling of moon water"? Any suggestions about
> >>what vidhu-jala might be?
> Dear Dominik,
> vidhu has another meaning -- palpitating, throbbing.
> So, the compound might mean
> "palpitating water-bubble"
> This expression might describe a methane bubble
> released from the bottom of a pond. When it goes up it
> is changing size as if palpitating.
> The release of the bubble and it's throbbing movement
> happen for no apperent reason.
> Hope this might help,
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